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Postby blue_thunder » Fri, 03 Apr 2009 10:58 am

Folks,
Need your guidance if any of you have done a wart removal before in Singapore.

This started about 2 years ago with one common wart on my left cheek.
I had it surgically removed using laser by a plastic surgeon, which left minor scars on that area.

After six months, it started resurfacing near the old wart and I got that removed by using Tea tree oil.Well the process lasted for about 2 months but it finally removed without any scars.
But now I have 2-3 warts around the same area, not sure whether the tea tree oil triggered the growth of these warts.
I have to shave off everyday as I cannot sport a beard to work. Sometimes I get minor cuts around the warts during shaving which may/might spread the wart virus.
SO, I wanna fix this damn thing permanently :mad: to have a peaceful shave everyday. :lol:

Please let me know if anyone has removed common wart with a help of professional.
Your help would be much appreciated.


Cheers.
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Re: Wart Removal

Postby ksl » Sat, 04 Apr 2009 12:35 am

blue_thunder wrote:Folks,
Need your guidance if any of you have done a wart removal before in Singapore.

This started about 2 years ago with one common wart on my left cheek.
I had it surgically removed using laser by a plastic surgeon, which left minor scars on that area.

After six months, it started resurfacing near the old wart and I got that removed by using Tea tree oil.Well the process lasted for about 2 months but it finally removed without any scars.
But now I have 2-3 warts around the same area, not sure whether the tea tree oil triggered the growth of these warts.
I have to shave off everyday as I cannot sport a beard to work. Sometimes I get minor cuts around the warts during shaving which may/might spread the wart virus.
SO, I wanna fix this damn thing permanently :mad: to have a peaceful shave everyday. :lol:

Please let me know if anyone has removed common wart with a help of professional.
Your help would be much appreciated.


Cheers.

I sympathise with you, warts are a pain in the back side....and very difficult to kill the virus that survives in the body, sometimes a wart out break can be because of a weak immune system, I have a tendancy to disagree with the food pyramid, that if you eat all the foods, you will fulfill all the nutritional needs.
For a couple of years now, i have wondered why a higher rate of the community in Singapore are prone to diabetics, myself included after only one year here, the first year, I didn't know why at the time but i was lucky to be testing drinking vinegar. I'm not in the habit of talking bull, i'm the type of person that requires facts and more facts and even then i would still have an open mind.

But my suspicion is that your metabolism and immune system are lacking sufficient amino acids, especially the 8 our bodies cannot reproduce, that is to say, both your metabolism and immune system will be impaired, because the synthesis of molecules you eat every day, produce an inferior fuel.
As i say its only a theory, which i have submitted and challenged the government, over their pyramid theory, that if you eat the foods listed, you get your nutrients. You do not neccessarily get the 8 essential amino acids, if you do not follow the food pyramid, or you miss out on some days for example.

The body cannot survive without the 8 essential amino acids, you will die, but the chances are unlikely becuase you will still get a grade of energy, poor energy from a body that must take the 8 acids from the body tissue and muscle, until you get your next fix of 8 amino's.

Now back to warts, I have had them on my knees and hands, while a youngster and have been invaded by penil warts a couple of times in 30 years, while single and i have always been rid after a week to 14 days.

I have always taken health issues very seriously, although my character has always been weak, when it comes to alcohol, I love to party all night, and sometimes all weekend, until i remarried in 2000.

So for a guy from 50's to 2000, It's pretty good going, I've had my ups and downs, and ironically i put health at the forefront of my life, I'm serious about it, and i do know, that life is not prolonged by evolution for the majority, but by medicine and natural alternative medicine too. But when it's time to go we go. there is no second chance no matter how much medicine is pumped into us, it's a losing battle.

We are all very different, and i know vinegar will not keep me alive forever, but i am sure that it helped me, reduce blood sugar, and blood lipids....and i am also sure it can improve your metabolism and immune system too, so much that it may actually kill the virus in your blood.

think about it, you have nothing to loose and a lot to gain, you can visit us at Suntec City Booth 28. Remeber there are lots of amino acid supplements on the market, so i am not only talking about vinegars, i'm talking about getting rid of warts and also cancers, that are caused be warts in women, cervical cancer, and vinegars developed by chemists.

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Re: Wart Removal

Postby blue_thunder » Sat, 04 Apr 2009 10:24 am

ksl wrote:
ksl wrote:
blue_thunder wrote:Folks,
Need your guidance if any of you have done a wart removal before in Singapore.

This started about 2 years ago with one common wart on my left cheek.
I had it surgically removed using laser by a plastic surgeon, which left minor scars on that area.

After six months, it started resurfacing near the old wart and I got that removed by using Tea tree oil.Well the process lasted for about 2 months but it finally removed without any scars.
But now I have 2-3 warts around the same area, not sure whether the tea tree oil triggered the growth of these warts.
I have to shave off everyday as I cannot sport a beard to work. Sometimes I get minor cuts around the warts during shaving which may/might spread the wart virus.
SO, I wanna fix this damn thing permanently :mad: to have a peaceful shave everyday. :lol:

Please let me know if anyone has removed common wart with a help of professional.
Your help would be much appreciated.


Cheers.

I sympathise with you, warts are a pain in the back side....and very difficult to kill the virus that survives in the body, sometimes a wart out break can be because of a weak immune system, I have a tendancy to disagree with the food pyramid, that if you eat all the foods, you will fulfill all the nutritional needs.
For a couple of years now, i have wondered why a higher rate of the community in Singapore are prone to diabetics, myself included after only one year here, the first year, I didn't know why at the time but i was lucky to be testing drinking vinegar. I'm not in the habit of talking bull, i'm the type of person that requires facts and more facts and even then i would still have an open mind.

But my suspicion is that your metabolism and immune system are lacking sufficient amino acids, especially the 8 our bodies cannot reproduce, that is to say, both your metabolism and immune system will be impaired, because the synthesis of molecules you eat every day, produce an inferior fuel.
As i say its only a theory, which i have submitted and challenged the government, over their pyramid theory, that if you eat the foods listed, you get your nutrients. You do not necessarily get the 8 essential amino acids, if you do not follow the food pyramid, or you miss out on some days for example.

The body cannot survive without the 8 essential amino acids, you will die, but the chances are unlikely because you will still get a grade of energy, poor energy from a body that must take the 8 acids from the body tissue and muscle, until you get your next fix of 8 amino's.

Now back to warts, I have had them on my knees and hands, while a youngster and have been invaded by penile warts a couple of times in 30 years, while single and i have always been rid after a week to 14 days.

I have always taken health issues very seriously, although my character has always been weak, when it comes to alcohol, I love to party all night, and sometimes all weekend, until i remarried in 2000.

So for a guy from 50's to 2000, It's pretty good going, I've had my ups and downs, and ironically i put health at the forefront of my life, I'm serious about it, and i do know, that life is not prolonged by evolution for the majority, but by medicine and natural alternative medicine too. But when it's time to go we go. there is no second chance no matter how much medicine is pumped into us, it's a losing battle.

We are all very different, and i know vinegar will not keep me alive forever, but i am sure that it helped me, reduce blood sugar, and blood lipids....and i am also sure it can improve your metabolism and immune system too, so much that it may actually kill the virus in your blood.

think about it, you have nothing to loose and a lot to gain, you can visit us at Suntec City Booth F28. remember there are lots of amino acid supplements on the market, so i am not only talking about vinegars, i'm talking about getting rid of warts and also cancers, that are caused be warts in women, cervical cancer, and vinegars developed by chemists, not only that, you get the added value of a refreshing beverage too.


So can I presume that by taking vinegar/amino acid supplements will increase the metabolism and kill those darn palpilloma virus in the body.
I would be glad to give it a shot , if it can eliminate the root cause of these viruses.


Cheers.
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Re: Wart Removal

Postby ksl » Sun, 05 Apr 2009 12:00 am

blue_thunder wrote:
ksl wrote:
ksl wrote:
blue_thunder wrote:Folks,
Need your guidance if any of you have done a wart removal before in Singapore.

This started about 2 years ago with one common wart on my left cheek.
I had it surgically removed using laser by a plastic surgeon, which left minor scars on that area.

After six months, it started resurfacing near the old wart and I got that removed by using Tea tree oil.Well the process lasted for about 2 months but it finally removed without any scars.
But now I have 2-3 warts around the same area, not sure whether the tea tree oil triggered the growth of these warts.
I have to shave off everyday as I cannot sport a beard to work. Sometimes I get minor cuts around the warts during shaving which may/might spread the wart virus.
SO, I wanna fix this damn thing permanently :mad: to have a peaceful shave everyday. :lol:

Please let me know if anyone has removed common wart with a help of professional.
Your help would be much appreciated.


Cheers.

I sympathise with you, warts are a pain in the back side....and very difficult to kill the virus that survives in the body, sometimes a wart out break can be because of a weak immune system, I have a tendancy to disagree with the food pyramid, that if you eat all the foods, you will fulfill all the nutritional needs.
For a couple of years now, i have wondered why a higher rate of the community in Singapore are prone to diabetics, myself included after only one year here, the first year, I didn't know why at the time but i was lucky to be testing drinking vinegar. I'm not in the habit of talking bull, i'm the type of person that requires facts and more facts and even then i would still have an open mind.

But my suspicion is that your metabolism and immune system are lacking sufficient amino acids, especially the 8 our bodies cannot reproduce, that is to say, both your metabolism and immune system will be impaired, because the synthesis of molecules you eat every day, produce an inferior fuel.
As i say its only a theory, which i have submitted and challenged the government, over their pyramid theory, that if you eat the foods listed, you get your nutrients. You do not necessarily get the 8 essential amino acids, if you do not follow the food pyramid, or you miss out on some days for example.

The body cannot survive without the 8 essential amino acids, you will die, but the chances are unlikely because you will still get a grade of energy, poor energy from a body that must take the 8 acids from the body tissue and muscle, until you get your next fix of 8 amino's.

Now back to warts, I have had them on my knees and hands, while a youngster and have been invaded by penile warts a couple of times in 30 years, while single and i have always been rid after a week to 14 days.

I have always taken health issues very seriously, although my character has always been weak, when it comes to alcohol, I love to party all night, and sometimes all weekend, until i remarried in 2000.

So for a guy from 50's to 2000, It's pretty good going, I've had my ups and downs, and ironically i put health at the forefront of my life, I'm serious about it, and i do know, that life is not prolonged by evolution for the majority, but by medicine and natural alternative medicine too. But when it's time to go we go. there is no second chance no matter how much medicine is pumped into us, it's a losing battle.

We are all very different, and i know vinegar will not keep me alive forever, but i am sure that it helped me, reduce blood sugar, and blood lipids....and i am also sure it can improve your metabolism and immune system too, so much that it may actually kill the virus in your blood.

think about it, you have nothing to loose and a lot to gain, you can visit us at Suntec City Booth F28. remember there are lots of amino acid supplements on the market, so i am not only talking about vinegars, i'm talking about getting rid of warts and also cancers, that are caused be warts in women, cervical cancer, and vinegars developed by chemists, not only that, you get the added value of a refreshing beverage too.


So can I presume that by taking vinegar/amino acid supplements will increase the metabolism and kill those darn palpilloma virus in the body.
I would be glad to give it a shot , if it can eliminate the root cause of these viruses.


Cheers.


Vinegars are reported to kill viruses, but basically i believe the immune system does this, although if you are not getting those 8 amino acids, your immune system will be impaired. I would most certianly give it a go, but make sure the vinegar is specially brewed vinegar for health, better still go for the red rice vinegar tonic a spoonful washed down with water 3 times a day after meals.

The tonic vinegar is more potent with enzymes, and acids and is also made from brown rice, use the drinking vinegars also daily to ensure you get a regular supply of amino acids with meals and while doing sports, becuase the essential amino acids are needed by the citric acid cycle and if the acids are not available..... :x what do you think happens?

To be honest i haven't a clue if it works or not on the wart virus, it's just a theory i have about the body not being optimised with what it needs. the our body ph swings according to diet, and this is were i can disagree with the food pyramid. It only guarantees the nutrients you need, amino acids are not listed as nutrients, hence a rapid clime in dietbetics, if the correct amino acids are consumed, they are more likely to breakdown the sugars.
You have nothing to lose and a lot to gain, if it works you save a small fortune on medical bills, I believe the wart virus stays in the body, it is surpressed by the immune system but breaks out every so often, normally when the immune system is weak. It makes sense, so why not give it a go. If you do try it please monitor the whole project of how much you take with your meals, and if its a red yeast rice vinegar or a drinking vinegar. Suntec City exhibition in the convention centre have promotion on, there are two brands there, that I have seen you can save at least 4$ a bottle or you can also purchase the braggs amino acids, which is cheap and a taste that goes with the price. Braggs ACV doesn't have amino acids, so forget that. but its good to soak your feet in.

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u can try..

Postby trainu » Sun, 05 Apr 2009 5:38 pm

i just removed my wart .. u can try to call 62388173( Ms hannah) this shop at orchard.hope can help u :)

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Postby blue_thunder » Sun, 05 Apr 2009 10:25 pm

trainu wrote:i just removed my wart .. u can try to call 62388173( Ms hannah) this shop at orchard.hope can help u :)


Do you mind sharing some more details regarding the removal..I am not lookin for a temporary solution but a permanent one to fix them.


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Re: Wart Removal

Postby blue_thunder » Sun, 05 Apr 2009 10:28 pm

ksl wrote:
blue_thunder wrote:
ksl wrote:
ksl wrote:
blue_thunder wrote:Folks,
Need your guidance if any of you have done a wart removal before in Singapore.

This started about 2 years ago with one common wart on my left cheek.
I had it surgically removed using laser by a plastic surgeon, which left minor scars on that area.

After six months, it started resurfacing near the old wart and I got that removed by using Tea tree oil.Well the process lasted for about 2 months but it finally removed without any scars.
But now I have 2-3 warts around the same area, not sure whether the tea tree oil triggered the growth of these warts.
I have to shave off everyday as I cannot sport a beard to work. Sometimes I get minor cuts around the warts during shaving which may/might spread the wart virus.
SO, I wanna fix this damn thing permanently :mad: to have a peaceful shave everyday. :lol:

Please let me know if anyone has removed common wart with a help of professional.
Your help would be much appreciated.


Cheers.

I sympathise with you, warts are a pain in the back side....and very difficult to kill the virus that survives in the body, sometimes a wart out break can be because of a weak immune system, I have a tendancy to disagree with the food pyramid, that if you eat all the foods, you will fulfill all the nutritional needs.
For a couple of years now, i have wondered why a higher rate of the community in Singapore are prone to diabetics, myself included after only one year here, the first year, I didn't know why at the time but i was lucky to be testing drinking vinegar. I'm not in the habit of talking bull, i'm the type of person that requires facts and more facts and even then i would still have an open mind.

But my suspicion is that your metabolism and immune system are lacking sufficient amino acids, especially the 8 our bodies cannot reproduce, that is to say, both your metabolism and immune system will be impaired, because the synthesis of molecules you eat every day, produce an inferior fuel.
As i say its only a theory, which i have submitted and challenged the government, over their pyramid theory, that if you eat the foods listed, you get your nutrients. You do not necessarily get the 8 essential amino acids, if you do not follow the food pyramid, or you miss out on some days for example.

The body cannot survive without the 8 essential amino acids, you will die, but the chances are unlikely because you will still get a grade of energy, poor energy from a body that must take the 8 acids from the body tissue and muscle, until you get your next fix of 8 amino's.

Now back to warts, I have had them on my knees and hands, while a youngster and have been invaded by penile warts a couple of times in 30 years, while single and i have always been rid after a week to 14 days.

I have always taken health issues very seriously, although my character has always been weak, when it comes to alcohol, I love to party all night, and sometimes all weekend, until i remarried in 2000.

So for a guy from 50's to 2000, It's pretty good going, I've had my ups and downs, and ironically i put health at the forefront of my life, I'm serious about it, and i do know, that life is not prolonged by evolution for the majority, but by medicine and natural alternative medicine too. But when it's time to go we go. there is no second chance no matter how much medicine is pumped into us, it's a losing battle.

We are all very different, and i know vinegar will not keep me alive forever, but i am sure that it helped me, reduce blood sugar, and blood lipids....and i am also sure it can improve your metabolism and immune system too, so much that it may actually kill the virus in your blood.

think about it, you have nothing to loose and a lot to gain, you can visit us at Suntec City Booth F28. remember there are lots of amino acid supplements on the market, so i am not only talking about vinegars, i'm talking about getting rid of warts and also cancers, that are caused be warts in women, cervical cancer, and vinegars developed by chemists, not only that, you get the added value of a refreshing beverage too.


So can I presume that by taking vinegar/amino acid supplements will increase the metabolism and kill those darn palpilloma virus in the body.
I would be glad to give it a shot , if it can eliminate the root cause of these viruses.


Cheers.


Vinegars are reported to kill viruses, but basically i believe the immune system does this, although if you are not getting those 8 amino acids, your immune system will be impaired. I would most certianly give it a go, but make sure the vinegar is specially brewed vinegar for health, better still go for the red rice vinegar tonic a spoonful washed down with water 3 times a day after meals.

The tonic vinegar is more potent with enzymes, and acids and is also made from brown rice, use the drinking vinegars also daily to ensure you get a regular supply of amino acids with meals and while doing sports, becuase the essential amino acids are needed by the citric acid cycle and if the acids are not available..... :x what do you think happens?

To be honest i haven't a clue if it works or not on the wart virus, it's just a theory i have about the body not being optimised with what it needs. the our body ph swings according to diet, and this is were i can disagree with the food pyramid. It only guarantees the nutrients you need, amino acids are not listed as nutrients, hence a rapid clime in dietbetics, if the correct amino acids are consumed, they are more likely to breakdown the sugars.
You have nothing to lose and a lot to gain, if it works you save a small fortune on medical bills, I believe the wart virus stays in the body, it is surpressed by the immune system but breaks out every so often, normally when the immune system is weak. It makes sense, so why not give it a go. If you do try it please monitor the whole project of how much you take with your meals, and if its a red yeast rice vinegar or a drinking vinegar. Suntec City exhibition in the convention centre have promotion on, there are two brands there, that I have seen you can save at least 4$ a bottle or you can also purchase the braggs amino acids, which is cheap and a taste that goes with the price. Braggs ACV doesn't have amino acids, so forget that. but its good to soak your feet in.


I do not mind taking essential amino acids..etcetra via the vinegar or supplements.
When my body can hold the alcohol which I take, then why not the vinegar stuff.
I wont be able to visit during the weekends as I work at one end of the island and stay at the other.
Will update you on my findings and many thanks for your suggestions and advice. :D


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Postby MedCris » Mon, 06 Apr 2009 9:20 am

Hey BlueThunder

Essentially, a wart is a result of a viral infection. Successful treatment for warts depends on the immune response of the individual's body to the various treatment options. At times there will be a response and the viral infection is resolved, at other times, it is a matter of "waiting" for the immune response to kick in before the infection is resolved.

Try Raffles Aesthetics at Raffles Hospital. The Dematologist can give you a thorough examination to explore various treatment options for your condition.

Sometimes all you may need is a lotion instead of going through expensive procedures.

Hope the information helps :D

Raffles Aesthetics website

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Postby ksl » Mon, 06 Apr 2009 11:32 am

MedCris wrote:Hey BlueThunder

Essentially, a wart is a result of a viral infection. Successful treatment for warts depends on the immune response of the individual's body to the various treatment options. At times there will be a response and the viral infection is resolved, at other times, it is a matter of "waiting" for the immune response to kick in before the infection is resolved.

Try Raffles Aesthetics at Raffles Hospital. The Dematologist can give you a thorough examination to explore various treatment options for your condition.

Sometimes all you may need is a lotion instead of going through expensive procedures.

Hope the information helps :D

Raffles Aesthetics website

I've yet to see a thread be left alone from salespeople, you must be really suffering and desperate for a sale to sign up just to advertise, try reading the forum rules on advertising!

Immune system disfuntion is relevant to the, metabolism and the lack of essential amino acids, which in fact alters the pH of the body, viral warts may probably well like a more alkaline type of environment, so the pH probably needs balancing, creams very rarely cure the root cause of the problem, and dermatologist make a fortune out of patients returniing, it's really not in their interest to cure, but to resolve the problem here and now...So I believe he should go for the cure, rather than topical creams which surpresses the problem rather than cures it.

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Postby blue_thunder » Mon, 06 Apr 2009 1:16 pm

Well I have checked the Raffles Specialist clinic even before posting in the forum.
I had a real bad experience , when I visited them last year with a problem with my Ear and it was a rip off.
So I stopped visiting doc's here in SG and the doc's will help in removing the wart superficially by using laser/cryogenic methods.
Its one hell of a procedure and I do not want to go through this again.
I think this problem aggravated after I moved to SG , where my food intake has changed. :mrgreen:
I am going for a blood test by this long weekend to find out any abnormalities and also to pick up some of the supplements as suggested by ksl.


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Postby MedCris » Mon, 06 Apr 2009 3:20 pm

blue_thunder wrote:Well I have checked the Raffles Specialist clinic even before posting in the forum.
I have a really bad experience , when I visited them last year with a problem with my Ear and it was a rip off.
So I stopped visiting doc's here in SG and the doc's will help in removing the wart superficially by using laser/cryogenic methods.
Its one hell of a procedure and I do not want to go through this again.
I think this problem aggravated after I moved to SG , where my food intake has changed. :mrgreen:
I am going for a blood test by this long weekend to find out any abnormalities and also to pick up some of the supplements as suggested by ksl.


Cheers.


Ah I see, well I am not too sure about the service experience with the other Raffles clinics. But I definitely hope that your warts problem will get fixed soon! :D Cheers!

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Postby ksl » Mon, 06 Apr 2009 4:52 pm

blue_thunder wrote:Well I have checked the Raffles Specialist clinic even before posting in the forum.
I had a real bad experience , when I visited them last year with a problem with my Ear and it was a rip off.
So I stopped visiting doc's here in SG and the doc's will help in removing the wart superficially by using laser/cryogenic methods.
Its one hell of a procedure and I do not want to go through this again.
I think this problem aggravated after I moved to SG , where my food intake has changed. :mrgreen:
I am going for a blood test by this long weekend to find out any abnormalities and also to pick up some of the supplements as suggested by ksl.


Cheers.

when i did my blood tests here, my cholesterol level was high, my blood sugar was very close to becoming diabetic and I had a fatty liver, which i knew about, caused by too much alcohol in my younger day.. When i was testing the vinegar, my doctor said i was crazy putting more acid in my stomach, so i asked if she was a bio-chemist, and of course she wasn't, and had no right to comment on what she doesn't understand.

My information comes direct from bio-chemists that develop vinegar and microbiology, that ensured me that vinegar being a very weak acid, breaksdown in the gut, and the compounds amino acids are actually used as intermediaries to open metabolic pathways, when it's optimised, the pH is balanced, by neutralising with the enzymes.

I have been drinking vinegar now a long while, 4 years almost 4 or 5 times a day, although i have dropped to low on the LDL cholesterol 0.045 and the minimum recommended is 0.075, so I have to eat more bad cholesterol, My fatty liver is well on the way to the normal limits, and i still take the occassional strong beer every month, although it was spirits that damaged the liver.

My doctor was quite amazed to see each blood test i had over 6 months, was very positive, on vinegar, and finally excepted the facts. I drank 200ml with every meal, and also took 500ml when i went running or to the gym. It also increased my calorie burning rate but I did notice that the metabolism must be kick started by a fast walk.

It was then that i was speculating over the problem of diatbetics, I was really so close to becoming one of them, but the first month I could see the blood sugar dropping too along with fat lipids. I have a full record of blood tests and armed with knowledge of the metabolism, it was more logic than anything else, that i probably wasn't getting enough amino acids. Blood pH in fact doesn't really alter in such away like the body pH, becuase you would die if the pH of the blood changed, the variation is so small.

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Postby gillypadi » Wed, 08 Apr 2009 5:04 pm

hi Blue Thunder

I have a pet wart who keeps returning. My GP said that it's because the wart has penetrated deep into your skin for the wart medication to work. What I have to do for mine is to have it sliced off. As painful and scary as that sounds, think i will have mine done at a skin specialist.

Am not sure who to recommend so can anyone help?

thanks

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Postby blue_thunder » Wed, 08 Apr 2009 5:32 pm

gillypadi wrote:hi Blue Thunder

I have a pet wart who keeps returning. My GP said that it's because the wart has penetrated deep into your skin for the wart medication to work. What I have to do for mine is to have it sliced off. As painful and scary as that sounds, think i will have mine done at a skin specialist.

Am not sure who to recommend so can anyone help?

thanks


I have done extensive research on treatments for wart and found cryogenic/normal/laser surgery are the ways to remove them.
These procedures will definitely leave a scar once it heals.:mad:
Temporarily i apply tea tree oil which makes them rot and can be peeled without any pain after 1-2 months.:?

So, did those darn wart come back after you removed them with the help of skin specialist

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Postby gillypadi » Thu, 09 Apr 2009 9:16 am

i've not had the wart removed yet. Will do so in due course.. or when i feel prepared for someone to slice the top of my finger and knee off!


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